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FOR MILLENNIALS WHO WANT TO LEARN HOW TO CONTROL THEIR ANXIETY, BEAT DEPRESSION, AND START LIVING THEIR BEST LIVES...

It’s The Hardest Thing You Will Ever Do — But It Works.

The Painful Solution Most Don’t Take Advantage Of Until After They’ve Tried Everything Else And Found No Relief.

Being in your 20s is weird.

Your friends start getting married.

All the stuff your parents said when you were a kid actually begins to make sense.

And people actually expect you to “act like an adult” (even though you have no idea how).

It’s a lot to handle.

And, too often, we don’t handle it at all. We subscribe to the following thought process and trust that everything will work out.

“I’m trying not to think about it right now.”

Sure, sometimes that’s a great solution.

Like — when you’re on a first date with someone. In that scenario, it’s probably not helpful to think about how your ex used to hold an ice cream spoon like a knife murderer.

That’s not gonna be helpful information.

But, when you’re at home by yourself later that night, and you’re scrolling through Instagram wondering why you feel so damn alone all the time

Well, that probably isn’t going to work itself out.

“Trying not to think about it” might work for the night. You’ll watch a new episode of The Wive’s Tale on Netflix and fall asleep.

But what do you do if that feeling shows up again the next day?

What if you start feeling it almost all the time?

At that point, “trying not to think about it” clearly isn’t working. So what should you do?

You’re not going to want to hear the answer.

But before we get to that, it’s important to be honest with yourself about where you’re at.

Are You Dealing With Your Problems...Or Just Running From Them? A Quick 2-Question Quiz To Find Out.

You’ve probably tried alcohol, supplements, essential oils, special teas, CBD, you name it.

And, while all that stuff might work for a short period of time, it feels more like you’re running from your problems instead of actually dealing with them.

Right?

Here’s a 2-question quiz to find out if you’re running from your problems or actually dealing with them:

1. In general, are you comfortable being alone?

A) No. I prefer to be around other people.

Or…

B) Yes. I like being by myself.

2. What do you do when you’re alone? Do you...

A) Pull out your phone as quickly as you can, looking for some sort of distraction?

Or…

B) Actually sit by yourself? Taking in the surroundings, breathing, just being?

If you answered “A” for one, or both, questions, you might be running from your problems instead of actually dealing with them.

When you’re in that mode, being alone is scary.

Your mind runs down 20,000 different rabbit trails every five minutes — and you have no idea how to shut it off.

There are so many thoughts and feelings flying around in there it’s almost enough to give you a headache.

And it’s hard to know what to do about any of it.

How do you know which thoughts you actually need to deal with, and which ones are just your brain being crazy?

Like I said, the solution isn’t fun. For many people it’s one of the most painful things they’ve ever done.

But it’s also one of the most life-changing things they’ve ever experienced.

It’s given them control of their life again. It’s helped them conquer fear and anxiety. It’s helped them realize what they truly want out of life and take the steps to get it.

It’s helped them understand their crazy minds and emotions.

It’s helped them finally become okay with who they are.

So, what is it?

The Painful (But Incredibly Effective) Solution to Anxiety, Depression, and Loneliness

It’s not an app.

It’s not a book.

It’s not a supplement.

It’s not a retreat, and it’s not a course.

It’s a conversation.

The solution to your problems isn’t external, it’s within you. But you need someone to help bring it out. Someone who can guide you through the pain of all your backed up thoughts and feelings.

You need a therapist.

Not because you’re broken. Not because there’s something seriously wrong with you. Not because you have a gigantic problem that’s unfixable —

But because you can take control of your life and happiness, but you’re gonna need some help.

How Therapy Helps You Find a Safe Space to Build Your Best Life

Before we go any further, there’s a hard truth you should know:

A therapist will not fix your problems.

They can’t. Only you can do that.

What a therapist can do, however, is help you achieve clarity about what your problems are and how you can work to solve them.

Here’s how therapy helps:

You get a no-holds-barred open space where you can say anything you want and get an objective, unbiased opinion from an expert who is looking out for you.

Getting advice from friends is fantastic, but sometimes they’re biased.

A therapist is not. More than that, they’re legally bound to not tell anyone about what you talk about during your session.

Now, you have a safe space where you can talk about that thing you swore you’d never tell anybody.

It will be scary. But you’ll feel better afterwards.

You get a safe space to work through your most vulnerable thoughts and feelings.

I know what you’re thinking:

“Ughhh...that doesn’t sound fun at all. Hard pass.”

And you’re right. Remember when I said therapy was the most painful thing many people ever do?

That wasn’t an exaggeration.

But here’s what you need to know:

Those thoughts and feelings that have been eating at you for weeks, months, or even years, will go away a lot quicker if you can process them with an expert who has been specifically trained to help people just like you.

You get the clarity you need to help build the rest of your life.

Forgive me for this analogy, but it’s true:

If you build a house on a shaky foundation, it’s going to fall eventually.

If you’re in your 20s, you’re building the foundation for the rest of your life. If you don’t deal with the stuff that’s been bothering you, then build a life on top of all that depression, anxiety, and fear — you’re not going to build your best life.

Now is the time to work through those feelings you’ve been running from for so long.

Now is the time to build a strong foundation, so that, for the rest of your life, you’re not running, you’re actually living.

Sign Up For Your First Therapy Session Today

Sometimes problems don’t just work themselves out.

Sometimes “I’m not going to think about it” isn’t an actual solution (it’s just running).

What type of person do you want to be?

The kind that runs from their problems their whole life? Or the kind that faces them head-on and overcomes them to build your best life?

Therapy is not easy. But it is worth it.

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